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You will immerse yourself in the healthcare industry, making your road to becoming a nurse so much easier and most companies will promote you when they may overlook new graduates. The need for CNA’s is growing fast and by 2022 this job category is expected to be the largest work force in America.

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Here at Healthy Helpful Insight Healthcare Institute we offer several services. We have a Certified Nursing Assistant program. We also offer CPR/AED/FirstAid classes for individual sessions or group sessions. Currently we have uniforms for medical staff, medical supplies, and an antibacterial hand soap that is infused with various essential oils that are sold in the Institute as well.

Our CNA classes are 5 weeks and after completion the student is able to sit for the state certification. The CPR/AED/FirstAid classes that are offer are completed the same day and a CPR card will be provided via email within 24 hours.

Healthy Helpful Insight Healthcare Institute is a Minneapolis/ St. Paul based, CNA Training School that offers in-person classes for students who are interested in pursuing careers in the medical field.

We also offer course materials for purchase to practice your skills at home.

Our entry level training programs will give you the essential skills you’ll need to pass your State Board Exams and then work in the medical field as a CNA, medication technician, or can be used as the first stepping stone to pursue your nursing degree.


The Path to Working as a Certified Nursing Assistant

If you aim to become a nurse, it will help to become an aide. This is your chance to get a taste of the healthcare industry. This initial industry experience provides a foundation for your CNA certification and your career. Experience separates candidates for open nursing positions. Employers will hire and promote you above other candidates, as you have demonstrated your passion for the healthcare field and obtained meaningful experience.

Online CNA Certification Paves the Way for a Meaningful Career

You obtain much more than a paycheck when you earn your CNA certification and launch your career. Our coming soon online CNA class was developed by nurses to ensure your ready to start a awesome career as a CNA. Certified Nursing Assistants play vital roles in the community. These professionals help patients who are in their last days, unable to care for themselves, pregnant, disabled and so on. Obtain your CNA certification and you really will become an important part of your patients’ lives.

What CNAs Do

You will work under the supervision of a Registered Nurse. You will serve an important role as the bridge between the patient and the RN/LPN. In terms of job settings, CNAs work in an array of different environments ranging from assisted living facilities to hospitals, nursing homes, patient homes and adult day care centers. As long as you have a robust work ethic and the desire to care for others, you will succeed as a CNA.


Become a Part of This Rapidly Growing Field

The demand for CNAs is skyrocketing. Fast forward three years and this line of work will likely constitute the largest component of the country’s workforce. Get the ball rolling on your Certified Nursing Assistant career today by allowing us to help you obtain your CNA certification. Our In-Person CNA class is now available.



You'll learn to perform one-person CPR, rescue breaths, Hands Only, how to administer CPR as part of a 2 rescuer team. Perform CPR on adults, children, and infants

First Aid

First aid is the medical attention provided in the aftermath of an injury. It is usually administered any person suffering from either a minor or serious illness or injury.


AED is of course an acronym for Automated External Defibrillator, which is a device that corrects a deadly heart rhythm called ventricular fibrillation